hazmatjcastro, sudo service juju-db stop00:10
hazmatshutsdown the mongo juju is managing00:10
hazmatfor local provider there's also a maching agent upstart job but its got the username/env name in it00:11
* hazmat reads the askubuntu answer00:12
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ahasenackmarcoceppi: hi, do you know if we need two reviews for charms? Or can this one be merged? https://code.launchpad.net/~davidpbritton/charms/precise/haproxy/fix-service-entries/+merge/20238712:38
ahasenackanyone else too, for that matter12:39
ahasenackwithout that fix, haproxy is broken for relation-driven proxying, it just erases the previous unit and keeps only the last one12:39
marcoceppiahasenack: sidnei isn't a charmer so he can approve stuff, but a charmer needs to review it, it's still sitting in the queue, http://manage.jujucharms.com/tools/review-queue but I'll take a look at it now given the charm is broken without it12:42
marcoceppineeds a charmer to merge*12:42
ahasenackmarcoceppi: and sidnei did that rewrite that removed this feature, and he "approved" the fix12:42
marcoceppiright, just a cursory review is needed at this point, then merge.12:42
marcoceppiwon't take me long12:43
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marcoceppiahasenack: merged and pushed, should be in the store in the next 15 mins12:45
ahasenackmarcoceppi: thanks!12:45
marcoceppiahasenack: if there are other items in the queue, in the future, that repair broken charms, feel free to ping a charmer to have it reviewed. We don't want those sitting too long. Hopefully in the near future we'll have the review queue down to just a 1-2 days old12:46
marcoceppiwaves of backlogs keep cropping up12:46
ahasenackmarcoceppi: is there a word that highlights all charmers on irc?12:47
ahasenackI don't know everybody12:47
marcoceppihum, not that I know of, the group of reviewing charmers is pretty small atm though12:47
marcoceppiahasenack: actually, looking at the list, it's pretty much me atm12:48
marcoceppiso just ping me :)12:48
ahasenackhaha :)12:49
ahasenackpoor you :)12:49
marcoceppiahasenack: but bcsaller also has the ability to review and merge12:49
ahasenackthat can't be right12:49
ahasenackjust you, I mean12:49
marcoceppistuart and james are also chamers, but they are typically just as busy12:49
marcoceppiahasenack: we're working on bringing a few more charmers online12:50
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rick_h_marcoceppi: how goes the amulet tweaks?13:31
marcoceppirick_h_: good, I had to patch some of the make file, but the tests are running and I was able to get my changes rebased on top of your work13:31
rick_h_marcoceppi: coolio. did you get a release bac and I can use to write tests on then?13:32
marcoceppirick_h_: not yet, I plan to have one out around 10a EST13:32
marcoceppirick_h_: for some reason, when I created my venv, it put pip and everything else in venv/local/bin, not sure if you were seeing that as well13:32
rick_h_marcoceppi: yes, but if you source it it adds it to your path13:34
marcoceppirick_h_: mabye I was doing something wrong, because it wasn't quite working for me13:34
rick_h_marcoceppi: but hmm, yea. it did that to me originally when I was doing a venv --upgrade and didn't do it locally once I changed that13:34
marcoceppieither way that worked on my virgin box, so I'm happy it's been updated and we're rolling again13:35
rick_h_marcoceppi: yea I don't have a local dir in my venv at all13:35
rick_h_I started out by trying to do a python3 venv --upgrade .13:36
marcoceppiah, I just used what was in the make file, maybe that's why13:36
rick_h_which did the local stuff and caused issues. Going to the python3 -m venv venv worked all that out13:36
rick_h_which should be in the make file13:37
rick_h_yea, maybe you saw the old revision then13:37
rick_h_it was missing the activate script when I did it that way and found out all --upgrade does is update an existing venv to point to the current python used.13:37
marcoceppirick_h_: do you think you could do a code review for something small for me in about 20 mins?13:46
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marcoceppioh crap, jujuclient isn't py3 compat13:51
rick_h_marcoceppi: sure thing on the code review13:57
rick_h_marcoceppi: and ugh on the jujuclient. It's not huge, but still13:57
marcoceppirick_h_: I'm going to have to postpone this feature until I can get jujuclient release py3, so I'll start cutting the release. 2to3 doesn't show much that's needed13:58
rick_h_marcoceppi: feature branches ftw14:00
rick_h_marcoceppi: I did want to see if you had any thoughts on putting amulet in the juju github repo and we could chat about setting it up on our test/landing setup. Not today, but to think on14:01
marcoceppirick_h_: my goal is to move it there, for sure14:02
marcoceppiget it out of my namespace, as well as charm-tools and the few other straglers floating around14:02
marcoceppiamulet's easy, I don't use lp for anything but bugs, however charm-tools i'm using pretty much all lp for releases, milestones, etc14:02
marcoceppirick_h_: did you guys migrate your bug tracker for gui to gh?14:03
rick_h_marcoceppi: left releases and bugs on LP14:03
rick_h_only the source moved14:03
marcoceppirick_h_: ah, cool14:03
marcoceppiI'll probably do the same for charm-tools14:03
sinzuimarcoceppi, If you (or I it appears were to cp charm-tools - 0.3+bzr179-3~precise1 in the ~charmer's ppa to saucy and trusty, a lot more charms would just work. now as you prepare a new package.14:23
marcoceppisinzui: yeah, that's the plan. I really want to get charm-helpers (latest) in to trusty, but I need to create another package that installs the legacy charm-helpers that were removed14:24
sinzuimarcoceppi, I thought as much14:24
marcoceppisinzui: I just kicked off a build in ppa:~charmers/charm-helpers hopefully it won't run in to any issues14:25
marcoceppirather, I lazily copied the binaries14:26
sinzuimarcoceppi, I would have done the same :)14:28
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mhall119hatch: will you have any time to help me today?16:01
hatchhey mhall119 I'm actually not the best guy to do that because I haven't run into those issues16:02
hatchI've been waiting until someone else has some free time to take a look16:02
mhall119hatch: have you worked with webops?16:02
hatchnot much16:03
mhall119know somebody who has?16:03
hatchyou could try asking in #juju-gui if anyone has a few minutes to take a look - we are in meetings right now though16:04
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sinzuismoser, When do you think hp cloud and azure will have trusty amd64 OS images?18:59
smosersinzui, azure does have them.19:07
smoserthey'ure just labled "daily"19:07
sinzuioh, thank you smoser19:07
smoseri dont know about sstreams representation there. though.19:07
smoseroh. its there19:08
sinzuismoser. I am incompetent. My browser cached the page, I see them now after a refresh19:10
smoseras for hp i dont know.19:11
smoserwe're not publishing image sthere yet.19:11
sinzuismoser, ack. I will add azure+trusty+juju testing today. I wont panic over Hp since I have canonistack on openstack testing working19:12
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marcoceppirick_h_: couldn't you just add build to the test Make target?22:37
marcoceppierr, install22:38
marcoceppithough, I guess I see that it's .PHONY so it'll run every time and that'll be annoying22:38
rick_h_marcoceppi: no, because the variables are parsed through on the first pass. So it'll see there's no bin/nosetests and default to using local/bin/nosetests. Then we install it, so now it does exist at bin/nosetests22:39
rick_h_the issue with install in the test target is the same case, but for pip22:40
rick_h_"bin/pip doesn't exist, default to /local/bin/pip"22:40
rick_h_but that doesn't exist either22:40
rick_h_so then the pip install commands will fail22:40
marcoceppirick_h_: ack, thanks22:40
dpb1marcoceppi: thx for the review, I put up a response: https://code.launchpad.net/~davidpbritton/charm-tools/fix-test-env-127174523:08
dpb1.... and you already replied.  nice.23:10

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